Saturday, March 28, 2015

April's In the Queue

When April showers force you inside, don't be sad! Pick up one of these great new books and read your worries away! 

Fiction

Sisters of Heart and Snow by Margaret Dilloway
Two estranged sisters reconnect when they return home to care for their mother recently diagnosed with dementia. The sisters soon realize that sisterhood has no limits.

One Mile Under by Andrew Gross
A Colorado town makes a deal with the devil (a big energy company) to save their town. In no time at all the company and the townsfolk face off over one of the world’s most precious resources, water. Both sides are prepared to kill for it.

When an infant's body is found in the New Jersey woods near a university campus, freelance journalist Molly Anderson is told to write the story. She faces the demons from her past to cover the story that reminds her of the baby she lost.  

You Can Trust Me: A Novel by Sophie McKenzie
Livy investigates her friend’s suspicious suicide and uncovers horrifying clues that her friend, Julia, may have been killed by the same man who murdered Livy’s sister 18 years ago. Livy also discovers the killer must be someone who knows her and her family very well.


Church of Marvels by Leslie Parry
Readers will journey back to turn-of-the-century New York-a city of hardship and dreams, love and loneliness, hope and danger. This is a marvelous debut novel whose beautifully written prose will leave readers breathless.

Visiting the home of a snobby newcomer who criticizes her beloved hometown, Miss Julia decides to confront the lady only to discover that she has been murdered and that Julia herself is the prime suspect.

Early Warning: A Novel by Jane Smiley
The Langdon family finds itself at a crossroad after the patriarch, Walter dies. This is an engrossing story of the challenges and rewards of being a family.

 New Books by Best Selling Authors

The Forgotten Room by Lincoln Child
Piranha by Clive Cussler
Solitude Creek by Jeffrey Deaver
A Quiet End by Nelson DeMille
Chasing Sunsets: A Novel by Karen Kingsbury
The Fall: A Novel by John T. Lescroart
Perfect Match by Fern Michaels
Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbo
14th Deadly Sin by James Patterson
Garden of Lies by Amanda Quick
Beauty’s Kingdom by Anne Rice writing as N. Q. Rouqueline

Nonfiction

A Fine Romance by Candace Bergen
Candice is hilarious, brutally honest, down-to-earth, and wise. She talks frankly about the important milestones in her life. 

Lemmon transports readers into a community of fierce women bound together by valor, danger, and the desire to serve. Ashley's War is a gripping combat narrative and a testament to the unbreakable bond of friendship born of war.

These words of wisdom are for anyone at a turning point in their life. J. K. Rowling addresses how we can embrace failure and teaches readers how to use their imagination to better both themselves and others. 



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